Good afternoon citizens of Paterson, members of the Clergy, Madame Clerk, Council President Ruby Cotton, appointed officials and distinguished members of the Paterson Municipal Council.
The state’s largest anti-poverty organization named a new chief executive officer. Mark Schmit was selected as the chief executive officer of Eva’s Village on Friday. He replaces chief executive Marie Reger.
In the past month, the uncertainty created by the announcement of the removal of courtesy transportation for 491 students attending the Passaic County Technical Institute and 199 other students attending schools within the district has led us to organize parents to ask for continuity of a service that has been present for decades.
The Passaic County Community College is offering private sector employees tuition free training in Microsoft Word, Excel, customer service, leadership skills, team building, and team leadership this fall.
A city cab driver was ticketed and towed for driving with vehicle registration that had expired at the end of June and could not be renewed due to the New Jersey government shutdown, according to information provided by Edgar Collazo, owner of First Class Transportation Services.
Mark Dinglasan has been brought on as the new executive director of Paterson-based nonprofit food pantry CUMAC. Dinglasan is succeeding longtime executive director Rev. Pat Bruger who led the nonprofit since 1991. Bruger (pictured, left) retires this month.
The man in charge of overseeing culinary operations at Paterson-based Kontos Foods visited the School of Culinary Arts, Hospitality, and Tourism at Eastside High School to talk culinary careers with more than three dozen eleventh graders.